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Ok, this is a bit complex. What I tend to do, when I use multiple pictures, is choose the picture that has the most suitable background. I then duplicate it, and fill up more of the space by flipping it horizontally and matching the 2 images up, maybe make it wider (but not too wide) to stop the other focal from appearing. Then I paste the other stock in, and using a nice biggish soft brush I just erase little bits until the image looks uniform. If you're still confused, feel free to PM me and maybe I'll throw in a screenie or 2 to explain what I do.
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I need help with reshaping, how could I reshape 2 or multiple images at the same time to be the same size?

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I need help with reshaping, how could I reshape 2 or multiple images at the same time to be the same size?
CTRL/CMD Click your layers and transform them as needed.

Two months late, but whatevz.

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If you look closely you'll see it especially in the yellow glow area. He also uses it in his own Sam Bradford sig. Gives his pieces some cool effects. Not gonna rip him off or anything, just wanna try it out.

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Wanted my feedback on my sig. This is my first try....
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Hey there. If you post a thread with your work in the ratings sub-section we'll gladly give you advice on how to improve.
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I'm working on a photo manipulation in which Andrew Luck is in a Colts uniform. I've gotten numbers and the rest of the uniform done with the colors changed accurately and whatnot. BUT, I can't figure out one thing:

The Colts facemask is white. I can't figure out how to change his facemask from red to white while still keeping the textures behind it correct.

Help?

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I'm working on a photo manipulation in which Andrew Luck is in a Colts uniform. I've gotten numbers and the rest of the uniform done with the colors changed accurately and whatnot. BUT, I can't figure out one thing:

The Colts facemask is white. I can't figure out how to change his facemask from red to white while still keeping the textures behind it correct.

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I'd PM Shady since he recently did the same exact thing as a sig request.

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https://twitter.com/#!/Yankees

New York Yankees official Twitter page. Curious if anyone knows how they got a banner under their header in the middle of the page before the news feed? (the one that says "follow [the Yankees] on Twitter!")
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Bit late on some of these but meh. I don't use twitter so I wouldn't know how to add banners and stuff, but I assume it would be in some sort of settings option.

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I need help with reshaping, how could I reshape 2 or multiple images at the same time to be the same size?
If I remember correctly there is an option for things like that. I think its under 'file>batch'. I'm not 100% sure on that one though.

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I'm working on a photo manipulation in which Andrew Luck is in a Colts uniform. I've gotten numbers and the rest of the uniform done with the colors changed accurately and whatnot. BUT, I can't figure out one thing:

The Colts facemask is white. I can't figure out how to change his facemask from red to white while still keeping the textures behind it correct.

Help?
Get the area you want selected and hit 'CTRL+U'. That should desaturate it. Then go to 'Image>Ajustments>Brightness / Contrast' and use the sliders to get it more white instead of grey.




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I got a strange issue with my photoshop, i had to reinstall windows last week, and today installed Photoshop again, i wanted to make a picture with a transparent background, so i did the regular routine, but now every time i save the picture, the blending layers dont seem to save and no shadows and such are not saved, just look at the edges on the picture:


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